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We've compiled a list of 47 free and paid alternatives to TinyPNG. The primary competitors include RIOT - Radical Image Optimization Tool, ImageOptim. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between TinyPNG and XnConvert, JPEGmini, pngcrush. Also you can look at other similar options here: Photos and Graphics Software.

Free Open Source

ImageOptim makes images load faster. Removes bloated metadata.

XnConvert is an easy image converter for graphic files, photos and images available on Windows...

JPEGmini is a patent-pending photo recompression technology, which significantly reduces the size...

Free Open Source

Pngcrush is an optimizer for PNG (Portable Network Graphics) files.

Free Open Source

PngOptimizer compresses graphics files and removes extra, unnecessary data without affecting...

Free Open Source

OptiPNG is a command-line PNG optimizer that recompresses image files to a smaller size, without...

-Combines PNGOUT, OptiPNG, and DeflOpt to create the smallest PNGs

With Image Optimizer you can losslessly optimize your PNG, JPEG and GIF files and thus save your...

Free Open Source

From developers to developers: a cross-platform tool for losslessly image compression.

TinyPNG uses smart lossy compression techniques to reduce the file size of your PNG files.

TinyPNG Platforms

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TinyPNG Video and Screenshots

TinyPNG Overview

TinyPNG uses smart lossy compression techniques to reduce the file size of your PNG files. By selectively decreasing the number of colours in the image, fewer bytes are required to store the data. The effect is nearly invisible but it makes a very large difference in file size!

TinyPNG Features

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TinyPNG Tags

png-optimization image-optimizer

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